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Monday, February 27, 2017

Gluten Free Basics and Beyond @ Hamilton Public Library Barton Branch

What is gluten-free? Who should be eating gluten-free? What are the benefits and pitfalls? We will cover the basics of going gluten-free, hidden sources of gluten, news about living gluten-free and current understandings about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. 

When: 6:30 pm

Where:HPL Barton Branch, 571 Barton Street East, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Monday, February 27, 2017

Black History Month FREE Movie: The Help @ HPL Waterdown Branch

Where: HPL Waterdown Branch, 13 Dundas Street East, Waterdown, ON

When: 6:30 pm

More info here

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Living Rock's Soup Fest 15 @ Hamilton Convention Centre

Soupfest is a community celebration where over 25 quality area restaurants compete for Best Soup, Most Creative Soup, Best Display and the Best Grow Local category. Local celebrities and politicians come out to serve soup and help with the event. There is a Toonie Auction & live entertainment

The Soup is made to stir-up big support for Living Rock’s Soupfest 15.

When: 11:30 am - 9 pm

Where: Hamilton Conventions Centre, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Call and Response! with Klyde Broox @ Workers Arts & Heritage Centre

Join us for a night of readings, performance and dialogue about and around race, labour and civil rights in the wake of Black History Month.

Hosted and moderated by Dub Poet Klyde Broox at the Workers Arts & Heritage Centre

When: 7 - 9 pm

Where: Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, 51 Stuart Street, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Thursday, March 2, 2017

SACHA's Chocolate Fest @ The Cotton Factory

For over forty years SACHA - Hamilton Sexual Assault Centre - has been working to support survivors and to end sexual violence.

Show your SACHA support and help us to keep offering these much needed services to the Hamilton community!

Join us for an elegant evening of chocolate treats from Hamilton and surrounding areas premier chocolatiers, bakeries, and restaurants.

When: 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Where: The Cotton Factory, 270 Sherman Avenue North, Hamilton, ON

Tickets and more info here

Friday, March 3, 2017

Taste & See I Wells of Hope @ Liuna Gardens

You will enjoy delicious tasting booths for wine\beer and food, while enjoying the wonderful music of Herb Nelson and Penner MacKay, better known as Blurb. The evening includes an exciting silent and live auction, raffle prizes and a brief update on this year’s projects.

When: 7 - 10 pm

Where: Liuna Gardens, 2 Winona Road North, Stoney Creek, ON

More info here

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Defining Movement Dance Comp Season Pep-Rally Fundraiser @ Democracy*

Calling all hip hop dance fans! Come on out to Democracy Coffee House on Saturday, March 4th between 10am - 1pm and check out our amazing Youth Competitive Team as they show off their killer dance moves in cypher circles, dance battles and some freestyle! Free event - but $1 from each cookie sold will go to the DMD Youth Competitive Team. Hope to see you there!!

When: 10 am - 1 pm

Where: Democracy* Coffee House, 202 Locke Street South, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Saturday, March 4,  2017

Counter Rally Against Hamilton Islamophobes @ City Hall

On March 4, the "Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens," is holding an ironically titled "March for Freedom, Liberty & Justice." Using typical Islamophobic scare-mongering, the Coalition is calling for demonstrators to rally against Sharia Law and globalization. The underyling goal is supposedly to protest the already weak M-103 motion, condeming Islamophobia, which was recently introduced in parliament. But we know what this rally really means: the Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens -a fascist organization that wants to assimilate indigenous peoples, end public healthcare, institute mandatory military service, criminalize dissent, and end access to abortion- is planning to rally against Muslims and for white-supremacy.


We will not let this go unopposed. Fascism will not be given breathing room in Hamilton.

We call on all Hamiltonians to come together with thousands of others across Canada and rally against fascism.

Please bring banners and noise-makers: we will be disrupting the "March for Freedom, Liberty & Justice". No platform for fascists.

Stay safe!

Endorsed by:

-Hamilton Against Fascism
-Revolutionary Communist Party - Hamilton
-Committee of Progressive Pakistani Canadians
-McMaster Muslims for Peace and Justice
-Westdale Social Action Committee
-Westdale Muslim Student Association

When:11 am - 2 pm

Where: Hamilton City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Risky Business 80's Night @ The Casbah


RISKY BUSINESS is the FIRST Saturday of every month ‘80s outfits and costumes are always welcome! There is also a confection table featuring ‘80s pinback button and candy. Presented by Hop City Brewing (http://www.hopcity.com/) and The Generator (http://www.thegenerator.ca/). And we cannot forget our ‘80s inflatable figures and decor are involved!

When: 10 pm

Where: The Casbah, 306 King Street West, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Sunday March 5 , 2017

Hamilton Coffee Fair 2017 @ The Spice Factory

The Hamilton Coffee Fair is a free, public event dedicated to promoting specialty coffee and the local independent coffee community. Get in on the fun!

When: 11am - 4 pm

Where: The Spice Factory, 121 Hughson Street North, Hamilton, ON

More info here

Sunday March 5 , 2017

ISKWE + DJ Shub, formerly from A Tribe Called Red, Familiar Wild @ The Casbah

When: Doors open at 8 pm

Where: The Casbah, 208 King Street West, Hamilton, ON

$10 cover

More info here

Have an event you would like us to promote?  Email Joanna@Coffeecology.com for more info.


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